Eric Church soldiers on despite broken foot
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Eric Church soldiers on despite broken foot

Monday, September 14, 2009 – Eric Church fractured his foot during a show on his Young & Wild(er) Tour at the Syracuse State Fair on Sept. 4, but us continuing his tour despite the injury. Church is on tour supporting his sophomore release, "Carolina," which features the hit single Love Your Love The Most.

"As my fans know, I get pretty excited on stage and stomp my feet," said Church. "The combination of the stomping and the fact that our crowds are crazier than ever led to me breaking my foot. I refuse to miss a show over this, so for the time being, I'll be doing the rest of the shows from a stool. I'm still gonna bring it, and I expect our fans to do the same." The tour which started on Sept. 3 includes performances along the East Coast and Midwest and is a continuation of the "Young & Wild Tour" last spring that included 20 sold out shows and record breaking attendance at the Dallas Bull in Tampa, Fla.


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